Eisai to tairi mou (2001–2002)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Romance

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Stella is a fat Greek woman who lives in Australia. Vicky, is also Greek and lives in Australia, but she is a beautiful model. After she is engaged to Nikos, she takes the plane to Greece ... See full summary »


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25 November 2006 | phashioton
| 100% success
One of the most hilarious Greek TV series ever.When it was relished it was a relief to the Greek audience that was getting tired of nothing interesting and new happening in Greek TV.It was the apocalypses for two of the most handsome guys but also good actors Aris Servetalis and Alexis Georgoulis.We also first met 2 amazing comedians Vicky Stavropoulou and Sofia Voyatzaki who dared to laugh with themselves and made hundreds of women follow them by loving themselves more.Other known actors like Vasilis Haralampopoulos and Katerina Lehou re-proved themselves by giving recital of both hilarious and fully sentimental scenes.The smart and quick directed scenes,the big and quality casting full of fresh upcoming actors as much as old good recognised ones,the unbelievable lines perfectly said and acted contributed into one of the most amazing results seen on TV.With serious social messages sent to young and old viewer by giving them hope or something to think about together with irresistible funny scenes that made your day better. Unforgettable lines would be reproduced and discussed between friends for a long long time,and they still are.That's what i call 100% successful!


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4 October 2001



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Andros, Greece

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